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I. KIDDER.
INKSTAND. 17Z 749 Patented Jan. 25, 13:12
N-FETERS, PHDTO-LITMOGRAPHER, WASMNGTON, D C.
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFIoe.
JEROME KIDDER, OF NEW YORK, N. Y.
IMPROVEMENT IN INKSTANDS.
Specification forming part of Letters Patent No. [72,749, dated January 25, 1876; application filed September 17, 1875.
To all whom it may concern;
Be it known that I, JEROME KIDDER, of the city, county, and State of New York, have invented a new and Improved Inkstand, of
which the following is a specification My invention relates to an improvement in the form of an inkstand, by which its utility and portability are greatlyincreased.
Its advantages are, that it can be carried conveniently in the pocket or satchel, whether within a case or not, without being bulbous or taking much room, while the ink'is perfectly protected from spilling, and also the ink is most accessible to the pen without getting the ink on portions of the pen and penholder, as hereinaftermore fully described.
In the drawings, Figure 1 is a plan view when in a position for carrying; Fig 2, a plan view when in the position for use; and Fig. 3 also a plan View of a modified form when in the position for use.
Similar letters of reference indicate corre sponding parts.
In Fig. 1, Ais the ink-reservoir, whichinay be made of glass, hard rubber, or any other suitable material.
B is the orifice, which may be closed by a stopper, 0, of any suitable form and substance.
D shows the place the ink occupies when the inkstand is in position for being carried. E shows the support of one end of thereservoir to give it inclination when used. F shows an elongation of a portion of the wall of the orifice downward toward the longitudinal axis of the reservoir.
Fig. 2 represents the inkstand in position for use, the end farthest from the orifice being elevated by resting on a folded scrap of paper or other convenient body.
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A portion of the reservoir is represented cut away to showthe ink at D. This position brings the ink into the mouth of the orifice B, where the pen, being inclined when inserted, will receive a full supply of ink without getting the ink higher on the pen than is requisite.
Fig. 3 shows a form of the ink rising into the mouth of the inkstand, overflow being prevented by the pressure of the atmosphere by means of the elongation of a portion of the wall of the orifice, extended downward at F. This orifice has screw-threads on its external circumference, on which can be screwed the cap 0, which same may also support and elevate the end, to cause the ink to flow into the mouth of the orifice when the inkstand is be- Instead of a screw-threaded cap, 0, it may be hinged to turn down and close the orifice B; or it may be made so as to be fastened there in any known manner.
This cap may contain a circular piece of rubber cloth, leather, or other material, to cause a more perfect in k-tight fit.
Having thus described my invention, I claim as new and desire to secure by Letters Patent- The portable inkstand herein described and represented, composed of the tube or elongated ink-reservoir A, having a filling and delivery orifice, B, in its upper side at or near one end, as and for the purpose set forth.
JEROME KIDDER.
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CHARLES H. NASH, T. B. Mosnna.
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